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Breed Group: Not AKC Recognized
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Overview
The Cockapoo is highly intelligent, retaining much of that from the Poodle breed, and becoming very popular as a companion animal. A sturdy little dog, they have a great disposition. This breed can also be somewhat passive and can also be dog aggressive if not given the proper socialization.
Character
The Cockapoo is loyal, intelligent, and very affectionate. This dog is fairly easy to train being mixed with what is said to be one of the smartest dogs in the world. Being that this dog is mixed with the Poodle, he makes a wonderful training student. Having a very sweet nature, this dog is sure to steal the hearts of many.

Does your Cockapoo bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
Temperament
This breed is eager to please, vigorous, and friendly, making him a popular choice as a companion. The Cockapoo generally gets along with children and other animals, but should always be supervised. The Poodle and Spaniel in this mix can both have aggression problems if not dealt with at a young age.
Care
The Cockapoo should be brushed and combed regularly. It is said that this breed is little to no shedding, however when being brushed hair does come out making shedding even less common. Clipping is required at least once a year.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
Coat
The Cockapoo is a mixed breed without a breed standard, however the preferred coat is dense, curly or heavily wavy, and close. The Cockapoo should carry coat characteristics from both the Poodle and the Cocker Spaniel.
Training
The Cockapoo is a very intelligent dog, making training a breeze at times. This dog does well in obedience, and with the right training techniques and proper handling this dog will thrive. This dog requires firm handling, but can be somewhat sensitive to the tone of your voice so training should be consistent and relatively firm yet gentle. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Cockapoo puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
Activity
The Cockapoo is a happy-go-lucky dog that loves to run and play with his family. No yard is fine, but this dog does require daily walks. They also have the tendency to overeat so exercise is needed for this dog to stay healthy. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Weight
6-19 lbs
Height
14-15 inches
Color(s)
white, cream, tan and all combinations of these
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green hope canines
Member Since: October 2007
Location: Fort Wayne, Indiana
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Green Hope breeds 2nd and 3rd generation cockapoos for health and temperament. We work with the North American Cockapoo Registry. Our dogs are vet checked once a year to ensure excellent health. All the puppies come with a 2 year health guarantee including our older pupppies and rescues. We commit to the adoptive homes for the life of the puppy and are available to accept the puppy back if your situation changes. We do NOT sell to pet stores or brokers. We sell "quality dogs to quality people". We have found our past experiences with cockapoo lovers to be truly enjoyable! Blessings!

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How large will a cockapoo get? Are they easily trained?

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Anonymous asked:
Do Cockapoo's bite or bark much?

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Any dog can bark and bite but Cockapoos are very easy to train and are eager to please their owners, so to make sure you do not have these issues I recommend puppy classes.

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Are they a Medium breed of dog?

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Anonymous asked:
I am considering getting a Cockapoo. I work full time for 8 hours a day which means that nobody would be home until about four o'clock. Is that a problem? Is separation anxiety a big problem with Cockapoos?

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Both the Cocker Spaniel and the Poodle are very much attached to their owners and like to be with their owners as much as possible. More so the Cocker Spaniel can have separation anxiety quite easily if not trained properly. Since you work full time and there is no one at home for 8 hours; I would suggest getting an adult dog. Puppies can not go that long without using the bathroom and they need a lot of training, socialization and attention. An adult dog whom already understands that people come back when left alone may work for your lifestyle.

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I had a Cockapoo from a puppy through adulthood and she cried the whole time we left the house till we returned. So yes they do have separation anxiety.

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Our beloved Cockapoo passed at 15 years old. We both worked but with an early morning walk and a walk after work, he did fine. He was extremely easy to train. The only issue was when he was a puppy, he loved to chew on everything. He outgrew it thankfully and was the perfect dog.

Anonymous asked:
I purchased a cockapoo puppy from a breeder. Everyone is saying there is no way she's a Cockapoo, she's 5 months and getting bigger than they said she would. Can I report this breeder for false advertisement? I will be getting her genetic testing done.

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It is best to contact the breeder and ask for their contact information from the other people that purchased a puppy from her from the litter your pup came in. If she refuses, then you can start the report process. Of course, after your get the genetic testing done on the dog, so you know for sure. Please remember that when you mix two or more breeds of dogs, not every dog is going to look/be the same. There may be "standard poodle" in the "poodle" park of the Cockapoo, which would account for the dog being larger than normal.

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Updated: 9/25/2016